AFM’s Mission Curriculum is Here!
Originally posted at: https://anglicanfrontiers.com/afm-mission-curriculum-is-here/
I’m thrilled to announce that AFM’s four-week, video-driven global mission’s curriculum is finally available!
Teaching and preaching about missions across the U.S over the last nine years in my role as AFM’s executive director has helped me realize the paucity of Anglican missions curricula focused on the least-reached peoples on the globe. Thus, two years ago I got the idea to create and disseminate a missions curricula specifically designed with unreached people groups and North American Anglicans in mind. Our team has done an exceptional job putting it together.
This free missions curriculum is video-driven but also contains short readings, ample time for large and/or small group discussion, and even some homework! We’ve taken many of the readings from our Silver Anniversary book, Shadows from Light Unapproachable.
This curriculum is ideal for use during Epiphany, Lent, the Season of Easter, or Ordinary Time for adult education classes, college students, or possibly even motivated high school students. There are four topics (addressed in four successive weeks) that the curriculum explores:
- What is Missions?
- Frontier People Groups
- What Anglicans Bring to the Mission Table
- Participating in Frontier Missions
Due to security concerns, we’re asking anyone desiring full access to the curriculum to email us at email@example.com with your name, home church, and why you’re interested in the curriculum. After we receive this information, we’ll send you the link to all the material.
It’s our hope that this curriculum blesses you and your church, catalyzing you for greater involvement in global missions. May God be glorified among the nations!
Yours for the sake of the least-reached,
The Rev. Chris Royer, PhD
Executive Director of AFM